shawn Posted July 15, 2011 Report Share Posted July 15, 2011 Hi, Flo! I don't expect this to be easy, since the current data structure only really leaves the place for one "previous" location. However, I'd like to be able to keep "recent" copies of certain applications, while having Ketarin automatically prune older versions. This would function as a number assignment instead of true or false. More like a "keep previous" than "detele previous" downloaded file. The number would indicate how many previous versions you want to keep, defaulting to 0 (=only current). I could configure it as 3, for example, and that would keep the current version, plus three prior versions. In the specific case I need it for, iPhone iOS, a setting of "3" would preserve iOS 4.3.4 (current), and iOS 4.3.3, iOS 4.3.2 and iOS 4.3.1. Since these files can be huge (700mb/ea), it's important not to waste any more space than necessary, and the current option (delete previous) is either on (always delete previous versions) or off (manually remember to check the folder once in a while to delete older versions). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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